Library Survey of Students, Faculty and Staff now OPEN!

Have your say! Transform Laurier Library Survey for Students, Faculty and Staff.

Dear Laurier Community,

The Laurier Library has embarked on a wide-ranging internal review process called “Transform Laurier Library (TLL)” to continue re-imagining and evolving the way it supports our community as we learn, teach, do research and work. The TLL process will help us to further develop and advance the role Library plays within the broader context of the University in alignment with Laurier’s Strategic directions and mission, and for the community that surrounds us. We invite all Laurier students, faculty and staff to participate in a survey to express your thoughts and insights on what is important to you about YOUR Library.

Links for both surveys are listed below.

Your input will help us understand our communities’ knowledge of the Library, as well as your opinions on the effectiveness and impact of current resources, spaces and services. This brief survey will also ask important questions about which areas require targeted improvement and which new library services should be prioritized in the future. These surveys have been approved by the Office of Research Services under file #2019-12 as per University Policy 8.2. Both students and faculty/staff will be able to enter a draw for a chance to win a prize in appreciation of your participation.

Thank you for your support and engagement.


Gohar Ashoughian, University Librarian

Robert Gordon, Provost and Vice President: Academic


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